March 1, 2014
Summer Housing Application Available
April 15, 2014
Students who apply for summer housing before this day, will receive an assignment on this day. Students apply on or after this date will receive their assignment within 2 business days.
May 18, 2014
Summer Housing Begins
August 9, 2014
Summer Housing Ends
Housing & Residence Life offers students the opportunity to live on-campus during the summer while taking classes or participating in University sponsored events or activities. Students will get to enjoy the Norfolk area while getting ahead in their classes. Students will be charged a daily rate for the duration of their stay. A meal plan is not required but available for summer students.
For more information on the designated summer residence hall visit: Gresham Main & East.
Dates and Cost
Students must select their arrival and departure dates that best fit their individual needs. Summer housing is only available when summer classes are offered. Students must pay a $50 non-refundable housing application fee for summer housing.The cost for summer housing is $16.50 for a double room and $20 for a single room. Single rooms are limited in availability and assigned first come, first serve.
Summer Housing Cancellation
If you want to cancel your summer housing application and/or assignment, you can submit a cancellation through the ODU Housing Portal. The cancellation page can be accessed through the summer housing application. (If you cancel your housing after you checked into your summer assignment, the remaining balance is non-refundable.)
Summer Housing Billing
Housing charges are due July 7th if you received an assignment on April 15th. Students who are assigned after April 15th are encourage to periodically check your LeoOnline account for due dates to avoid any holds being placed on your account and late fees being assessed.
Review the terms and conditions for specific on-campus summer housing to ensure you have a great place to stay.
Students who are working at an internship either at ODU or in the local community have an option to live on-campus.
University Village - Summer Sublets
Current residents of the University Village can now sublet the space to other ODU students for all or just a portion of the summer period. Subletting a University Village apartment does not release the resident from their Terms and Conditions of the Housing and Dining Agreement and still leaves them ultimately responsible if there are any damages or supplemental charges.
Students trying to sublet an apartment in the University Village must be degree seeking students that are eligible for on-campus housing as defined by the Terms and Conditions of the Housing and Dining Agreement.
It is the responsibility of the resident to seek out potential subletter; however, the subletter will be responsible to pay the University housing fees.
For more information please review the University Village Subletting Guidelines and Application.